Hey guys and gals! Jaystepher today with a tutorial on a corner office desk complete with office chair and computer. To begin the base of our corner desk, let’s use a 1 by 2 by 2 corner plate, a 1 by 4 plate, and a 1 by 3 plate. Just place these three plates together like so. Now let’s use a 2 by 2 brick. Place it on top of all three plates. Now use a 1 by 2 by 2 corner brick. Place it right here on the bottom. Now use a 1 by 2 plate. Place it on the right followed by a 1 by 2 by 2 corner brick. Let’s lock the 1 by 2 plate to our frame. Now let’s take two 2 by 2 plates. Place one on the left and one on the right, followed by two 1 by 3 bricks. Let’s drop one on our right
to lock this 2 by 2 plate and one on the left. Now let’s begin making the drawer fronts for the corner desk. Start off with two 1 by 1 angle bricks. Place them side-by-side, and one 1 by 2 plate with one knob or a jumper plate. Place it on the front. Now we have a nice drawer front. Let’s make four in total. So use two more 1 by 1 angle bricks followed by a 1 by 2 plate with one knob. And our last drawer front. Now We’re going to take our two drawer fronts. Place one on top of the other. Do the same for the other two pieces. There’s our two door sets. Now let’s take our drawer fronts
and attach them to our desk. Let’s start with the right. We’re going to drop it down right in this 1 by 2 area like so, and this one on the left. Now this is where the magic begins. I want to stick a table out 45-degrees from this area. So I’m going to use a 2 by 2 turntable plate. Place it right here where we have a one stud reveal. Now use a 1 by 1 brick. Place it right in this corner. Take two 1 by 2 wall elements. Let’s place one on the left and one on the right. I didn’t have brown so I’m going to use black. Now use two 1 by 2 plates with one knob. Let’s place them on our turntable. Place one on the left and one on the right. Let’s begin building the table
that fits in this area. Start with a 2 by 3 plate and a 1 by 2 flat tile. Place the flat tile on these two studs. Take two 1 by 4 flat tiles. Place one right in the center
right next to our 1 by 2 flat tile followed by another 1 by 4 flat tile. Place it right next to the other. Flip it over. Now use two 1 by 2 plates. Let’s place one on the left and one on the right. There’s our corner table. Now let’s simply drop it own on these two plates, and we also have to line it up to fit in between the drawers like so, and it will not turn. And to finish up the sides, two 1 by 4 bricks. Place one on the right and one on the left. Let’s build up our desk one more row. Start off with a 1 by 4 plate. Place it on the left right on top of our wall element and our 1 by 1 brick followed by another 1 by 4 plate. Place it on this side. Now take a 1 by 1 plate. Place it in this area like so. And two 2 by 2 plates to crown off both drawers. To finish up the top of the desk and to hide these holes, let’s take a 1 by 6 flat tile. Plate it on the back followed by another 1 by 6 flat tile. Place it right next to the other 1 by 6. Now a 1 by 2 flat tile on this end. For this side, take a 2 by 4 flat tile. place it on the left followed by a 1 by 2 flat tile. There’s our corner desk. Now our desk needs a chair. Take a 2 by 2 chair and a stud. Place the stud right in the center hole. Now use a 2 by 2 round plate. Place the stud in the middle. Now we have a nice chair. Let’s begin building the computer. Take a 2 by 2 plate and a 1 by 2 roof tile. Place the tile on one side of the 2 by 2 plate. Use a 1 by 2 by 2 by 2 rocker plate. Place it like so where the rocker plate studs are facing outward. Now use a 2 by 2 tile with a printed screen. Place it right on top of the rocker plate. Now we have an adjustable computer monitor. And use a 1 by 2 flat tile with a keyboard print. Now we have our computer. All we need to do is set up our desk. Let’s take the keyboard. Place it on the table. And our computer monitor, place it in the back. Let’s take Jay the Surfer! Let’s have him take a seat inside the office chair. Now he can simply have a seat
and answer his emails. This wraps up the review for the Corner Office Desk which will be perfect for a small home office or an office building. Very easy to construct and fun to build. Thank you for watching!